Smithfield hockey team awaits another competitive D-I season

Sentinels open season Dec. 9, welcome back top two lines, three defensemen
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SMITHFIELD – The Smithfield High boys’ hockey team finished last season with a bitter taste in its mouth after getting eliminated in the semifinals of the Championship Division playoffs by Mount... more

N.S.'s indoor track program steps into starting blocks

Fledgling Northmen squads boast plenty of youth, talent
NORTH SMITHFIELD – Catherine Reyes didn’t talk about dual meets, the competition in the Suburban and Dwyer Divisions, or qualifying for the state championship meet on Monday afternoon when she and... more

Lincoln’s Tarmey throws her talents to Lehigh University

Senior inks Letter of Intent to continue track and field career in D-I Patriot League
LINCOLN – When Maggie Tarmey joined the Lincoln High girls’ track and field team her freshman year, she did so with zero experience in organized team sports, never mind the sport she decided to try... more

‘X’ marks the spot for Ross

North Providence resident, Pomfret School standout signs NLI to continue basketball career at Xavier
SMITHFIELD – Deja Ross put an ‘X’ on where she plans to play college basketball. The North Providence resident, who is beginning her third winter on the Pomfret School girls’ basketball team in... more

Puck drops on Johnston/NP co-op hockey team’s season

Opening night is Saturday vs. Woonsocket/Scituate squad
NORTH PROVIDENCE – A good chunk of the roster has changed, and so has most of the division, but the number one goal of the Johnston/North Providence co-op hockey team remains the same. “The goal is... more

Seniors lead Saints to Thanksgiving win

Torres throws four TD passes in 32-7 victory
PAWTUCKET – Thanks to the outstanding play of its seniors, the St. Raphael Academy football team wrapped up a sensational season in style last Wednesday night by defeating Moses Brown, 32-7, in their... more

Smithfield beats NP, stops Thanksgiving slide

Mabray’s three TDs highlight Sentinels’ first win since 2011
NORTH PROVIDENCE – For the first time since 2011, the Smithfield High football team was able to defeat North Providence High in their Thanksgiving Day rivalry, doing so last Thursday morning by a 31-... more

Mount’s Lawrence earns induction into RISOA Hall of Fame

WOONSOCKET – Mount Saint Charles Academy athletic director Richard Lawrence earned another prestigious honor in his remarkable career on Saturday, Nov. 19 when he was inducted into the Rhode Island... more

Cumberland’s Fernandes joins RIC track and field staff

PROVIDENCE – Former Cumberland High track and field coach Chris Fernandes was recently named an assistant men’s and women’s track and field coach at Rhode Island College, where he will assist head... more

Molis takes third place to lead local runners at F.I.T. Turkey Trot 5K

CUMBERLAND – North Cumberland Middle School cross country standout Owen Molis was the top local finisher at last Thursday morning’s second-annual F.I.T. Turkey Trot 5K trail race at the Cumberland... more

Lincoln M.S. Holiday HoopFest benefit game is Monday night

LINCOLN – The 11th annual Lincoln Middle School Holiday HoopFest, which pits the LMS faculty and staff against the school’s 8th-grade basketball players, will take place on Monday, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m.... more